About a hundred employees of King Charles at Clarence House are in danger of losing their jobs: they learned about it in a letter, received just as they were working on the proclamation ceremony of the former prince after the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II.

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The Guardian reports that the news was given to employees on Monday, on the grounds that a staff reduction is “inevitable” given the change in role for Charles and Camilla and that alternative solutions are being sought. According to the newspaper, particular secretaries, the financial office, the team responsible for communication and domestic staff would be at risk in particular.

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They received the letter signed by the King’s chief aid, Sir Clive Alderton, during the commemoration ceremony at St Giles’ Cathedral two days ago in Edinburgh.

“All the staff have been working late every night since Thursday, only to receive this news. People were visibly shaken, ”a source told the Guardian.


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  1. This clown can’t wipe his own arse without a servant. He will have a large staff of his own and the old girl’s lot will naturally be superfluous now as the two household’s combine into one. I was on the fence for years about Liz. I have chosen to conclude however, upon her death at this time, that she was not a lizard. Not so sure about this Charles though. I always found him creepy and reptilian.